Remember when we had Jim from Grinderman talking about this year's Latitude Festival, held on the weekend of July 17-20? Well here's funny man Bill Bailey answering the same questions!
Video: Bill Bailey, sirens, some laughing
Who are you most looking forward to seeing at this year's Latitude Festival, and why?
Elbow, Sigur Ros, Interpol, Phill Jupitus doing Porky the Poet, Mark Lamarr doing God's Jukebox, Rich Hall and John Hegley. Elbow because they are wonderful, Sigur Ros because I love the grandness, the huge sounds, the slow build... Interpol because they continue the spirit of guitar indie punk that I grew up on. Phill is doing poetry again, which is great; it's what he did before anything, his first love. Mark is playing records - what he loves - and Rich Hall is doing Otis, but also just stand-up. We've toured together, and it's always good to hear what he has to say. John Hegley is performing who was an early inspiration.
What aspect of Latitude interests you the most and why?
I love the mix of stuff, the great bands, and the fact there is a Poetry Arena... Good vibes all round.
What can people expect you to bring to the festival, and do you have anything special planned?
I will bring my Bouzouki-Saz Hybrid and I will act on the impulse of the crowd.
*If you weren't doing this what would you be doing? *
Holding up shells to my ear.
*What is your favourite colour sheep? *
Video: pub joke, olde style
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